Riad Hadika Maria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... or risk being knocked down.
Tips for surviving the souks are:
- At no time look lost, this will immediately attract someone to 'help' you
- No sudden movements and keep to the sides of the narrow streets or you will find yourself mown down by a bike or motorcycle.
- Only ask a price of something if you are truly interested
- When given a price come back with something in the range of 25% of what they have asked for, you should end ...
... This is why I would want to be a PADI instructor, with the ambition that every new diver would become a supporter of the preservation of our environment and that they will become aware of the challenges our oceans face. Now for a brief catch up on my week. The Saturday was quite good as the kids didn't have to do any school work so they were easier to manage and we had an awesome Sunday visiting a place called Terre D'Amanar which is an ...
With a huge weight on my chest and lump in my throat I spent this morning packing my things back into my oversized suitcase. After fearing that I'd struggle to make friends here, I was now devastated to leave these wonderful people I’d become so close to.
We had a lot of couscous left over from the party last night, so me, Abi and Mary-Kate hit the local streets to hand it out to those ...
... and some large colourful headphones. So, for a far from exhaustive list of things one could find if so inclined within the very loose confines of Djemaa el-Fna: Orange juice
Tarot card readers
Snake charmers (and agitated snakes, of course)
Monkeys (hissing and snatching hilariously, at least until they hit the end of their thick chains)
... went on a search for it. This square is called Jemaa el Fna Square, one of the only two squares in the world which UNESCO has named a World Heritage site. We were walking forever among rows and rows of markets but could not find this square anywhere. The markets reminded me of the ones in Turkey except I Iike Turkish people better than the Moroccans. They sold the same types of things though. Every spice vendor would target us and try to sell us the same thing. We ...